I’ve been asked for the kettle corn recipe and the bean soup recipe.
Years ago I bought 2commercial type popcorn poppers because we served popcorn at all our big events. The small one is used only for popcorn. The big one is used for kettle corn. I experimented over and over adding sugar into the kettle. We now use half the amount of sugar to raw popcorn. There will not be any recipe I can give you to make this in your kitchen. You will have to experiment with amounts of oil, sugar and raw popcorn. If I didn’t have this big commercial popper, I’d never make it. Sugar burns easily and there’s a happy medium between hot enough to pop the corn and just hot enough to melt the sugar but not burn it.
Does anyone make this in their kitchens with a stovetop popcorn popper?
Again I have no recipe.
We enjoyed a Korbert bone in ham last week and ham sandwiches for several days.
I used about 4 c. Water, a small onion chopped fine, 1/2 c. Shredded carrots, celery salt , onion powder, salt and pepper.
Pour this over the ham bone and cook in crockpot until the meat is almost falling off the bone. Add 1package of navy beans and cook together until meat does fall off the bone. Take the ham bone and meat out of crockpot and shred the ham. Put it back in the crockpot with the beans. Simmer for awhile to combine flavors.
I did not have celery but would have added that, too.
Now that’s not much of a recipe but it’s the best I can do.
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On a rather sad note, we received a notice from Farm Chick Quilts yesterday that the shop will be closing after the first of the year. Mandy has been open about 4years and now there will be no place in Garner to pick up fabric of any kind. Good Luck, Mandy, in your future endeavors.